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Unfortunately it is unpopular in many circles to be homosexual. I understand that you may want to hide to further your career or your political agenda. But to actively work against yourself and your rights is masochistic. If nothing else, I think the movie Outrage will educate all of us as to how self-hatred is belittling to the individual and harmful to society at large.
I love a good documentary. This one is definitely good, and definitely worth seeing!
Maybe too American in its views, I was disappointed but come from a country where we were the first in the world to let women vote. That may have been done for very dubious reasons at the time but started New Zealand on a very cool road of being able to be honest about who you were. The hyp of this movie sounded good but the content was not so good.
There seems to be a lot of Gay closeted politicians holding office than you would never possibly imagine, many who have consistently voted against any policies that would prevent Gay people from discrimination. You should be "outraged."
It is disturbing to see how the people who lead our nation display duplicity every day. What good can we expect of people who can't be true to themselves?
It is very important to understand that this documentary does not present a compelling position for or against homosexuality. This documentary simply reveals the cheap games some politicians are playing to deceive their family and their people, while hiding the reality of their lives.
The saddest part for me was seeing the exwife of James McGreevy , the previous governor of New Jersey, who found out that her husband of many years and the father of her daughter was gay all along. How can we believe, as a nation, that somebody who can engage in such a selfish deception with his own family can work for the best interest of his nation?
It is time for people to stop following empty slogans and self appointed saints, it is time to think and this documentary will help!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its about time that these little known facts are starting to rise to the surface.Published 3 months ago by Michael Prusak
I found the film to be educational. I admired the courage for those who came forward and tried to deal with the problem internally, but when they couldn't, they had to come out... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Robert
Exposes the hypocrisy of the right wing who vote against gay rights from the shadows of their closets. I bet Sean Hannity and Bill O'reilly are in there too.Published 24 months ago by ronald s greene
An excellent movie that "outs" gay republican congressmen....
A must see Movie as you will agree that there are closeted Republicans
that vote no on gay rights!
This was not what I expected, it does not mean it was not a good documentary, it was, but it did not appeal to mePublished on April 7, 2014 by Deborah Born
So interesting to get this perspective. I wonder when we will no longer discriminate based on sexual orientation? Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Charlotte Higgins
This film puts on display for all the hypocrisy that commonly exists for most American politicians. Breathes new life into the old adage about what goes on in the dark coming to... Read morePublished on November 10, 2013 by Marcus E. Sharpe
It's CLEAR the EGO is the winner here, " I got mine.... and to hell with you !, hand me a baby to kiss , get it on film...and oh yes... give me a donation,$$$$$- Large please.. Read morePublished on October 9, 2013 by Joel C. Parks